Year: 2011

On July 22, 2011, Marcellus Shale worker Kerry Duncan was killed while working on a natural gas well in Greene County, PA. Mr. Duncan was employed by Target Drilling of Smithton, PA, and was tearing down rigging. OSHA is investigating the incident. If you have a question about Pennsylvania workers’…

Ron Calhoon would like to thank their peers for recognizing their dedicated service to injured workers. Ultimately, we thank our clients for the privilege of serving them since it is the recognition of representing the injured that resulted in being honored as the best 5% of attorneys. It is rewarding…

https://flv-player.net/medias/player_flv_maxi.swf https://www.pa-workers-comp-lawyers.com/practice_areas/harrisburg-workers-compensation-attorneys-serving-all-of-central-penn How much is your case worth? According to Calhoon and Kaminsky P.C., “every case is as unique as a snowflake”. You cannot place a value on your case based on any other settlement. There are many factors that must be taken into consideration including missed wages, the seriousness…

https://flv-player.net/medias/player_flv_maxi.swf Have you ever wondered why attorneys decide to practice in a certain area? Hear firsthand from a Pennsylvania workers’ compensation attorney who has been on both sides of the case. Thomas has represented both the insurance companies as well as the victims of serious injuries. Through his time as…

The 2011 Statewide Average Weekly Wage Announced As required by the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act, the Department of Labor and Industry has determined the statewide average weekly wage for injuries occurring on or after Jan. 1, 1011 to be $858.00 per week. That is the maximum compensation rate for any…

A Colona River Service employee in Monaca, PA was injured at work on January 30, 2011 when his arm became trapped in a conveyor belt. The injured worker was loading limestone onto a conveyor belt when his arm was trapped, taking rescue workers more than 2 hours to free him….

A Harrisburg firefighter was injured on February 3, 2011 when responding to a row home fire. The firefighter slipped and fell on ice, breaking several bones in his foot. A Pennsylvania workers’ compensation attorney at Calhoon and Kaminsky P.C., can help determine if you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. Source:…

The National Relations Board has settled the case of an a Connecticut ambulance company employee who was illegally fired and denied union representation due to criticisms of her supervisor on Facebook. The ambulance company, American Medical Response of Connecticut, has also agreed to revise its rules so as not to improperly…

A Hanover, PA worker suffered a work injury to the leg and ribs at R.H. Sheppard on February 14, 2011. The work injury occurred when the employee was operating material handling equipment and backed it into himself, and had to be flown to York Hospital for treatment. A Pennsylvania workers’ compensation…